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Christina Lake Cannabis prepares for 2021 harvest

September 30, 2021  By Grow Opportunity staff

Christina Lake Cannabis team members are pictured above preparing freshly harvested cannabis plants for further processing and refinement. (Photo: Christina Lake Cannabis Corp.)

Christina Lake Cannabis Corp. has upgraded its processing operations as it prepares for this year’s crop harvest.

In a statement to its shareholders, the company shared that it has purchased new industrial-grade trimming and destemming equipment to increase productivity and realize “significant cost efficiencies.”

“Christina Lake Cannabis’ master growers have identified the 2021 crop as being more robust than the crop from the previous season, with many plants exceeding 10 feet in height,” the company reported. “This performance is expected to surpass that of last year based on climate forecasts for the rest of the growing season.”

Christina Lake Cannabis expects to complete its harvest by the end of October and intends to begin sales initiatives for its new product ranges by its fourth quarter.


“With the significant investment we’ve made into our new industrial-grade trimming and destemming machinery, coupled with the more than 100 ‘proven’ and proprietary ‘experimental’ strains with impressive THC yields, we are well-positioned to enter new segments of the cannabis market to further expand our sales pipeline,” said CEO Joel Dumaresq.

The Company’s industrial-grade trimming and destemming machinery is already proving effective in its ability to rapidly process raw biomass and improve CLC’s overall throughput. (Photos: Christina Lake Cannabis Corp.)

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